ROVENȚA‐FRUMUȘANI Daniela, MARINESCU Valentina
Sustainable development, entrepreneurship and social economy Développement durable, entrepreneuriat et économie sociale

 
  SOCIOLOGIE, ECONOMIE
   
  978-606-37-1313-2
  2021
 
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SUMMARY: The term “sustainable development” emerged as a key concept in the literature dealing with development policies in the World Commission on Environment and Development (Brundtland, 1987), report entitled “Our Common Future” in April 1987. In general, the key message of the Brundtland report (1987) argues that actions taken today should not compromise future generations. Based on this report, the “classic triad of sustainable development” was formulated (WCED, 1987) according to which sustainability is the meeting point of three major dimensions of ecology, economy, and society. When the Brundtland Report was written, the authors suggested that the world was going through a fundamental change (Brundtland, 1987). However, they certainly could not have imagined the scenario we actually live and the socio‐political and scientific mobilization we need to assure a better world.
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